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You searched for: subject:"American literature--New England--History and criticism"
[texts]New England in letters - Wilson, Rufus Rockwell, 1865-
Through Longfellow's country.--Wanderings in Whittier land.--The Salem of Hawthorne.--Emerson and others in Concord.--Cambridge and its worthies.--A day of literary beginnings.--The Autocrat and his comrades.--The Boston of a later time.--The land of Pilgrims.--A winding Bay state journey.--The Berkshires and beyond.--Connecticut wits and worthies
Keywords: American literature -- New England History and criticism; New England -- Description and travel; New England -- Intellectual life
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[texts]Literary studies and criticism: evaluations of the writers of the American Renaissance--with fresh approaches to transcendentalism, literary influences, New-England cultural patterns, and the creative experience - Sanborn, F. B. (Franklin Benjamin), 1831-1917;Cameron, Kenneth Walter, 1908-2006

Keywords: American literature--19th century--History and criticism; American literature--New England--History and criticism; Transcendentalism (New England); United States--Intellectual life--1783-1865
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[texts]Concord literary renaissance : ungathered memorabilia of Emerson, Thoreau, Hawthorne, Sanborn, the Alcotts, Margaret Fuller and their connections. - Cameron, Kenneth Walter, 1908-2006

Keywords: American literature--19th century--History and criticism--Sources; American literature--New England--History and criticism.--Sources; American literature--Massachusetts--Concord--History and criticism--Sources; Transcendentalism (New England)--History--Sources; Authors, American--19th century--Biography--Sources; Concord (Mass.)--Intellectual life--Sources
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